"Unusual Aperture"--Check it out!
May 29, 2016 • Leave a Comment
A week ago I created a new page on my regular Facebook site called Unusual Aperture. You can find it on Google, but the address is: m.facebook.com/unusualaperture/. On it I will be presenting images that are a bit different than my customary work, images that have an unusual mood, color, or angle. Some will be straight images that I captured and post with little enhancement, some will be converted to black and white, or more heavily manipulated.
When I told my daughter, who is a talented graphic designer, about my idea for the page, she said: "Feeling a bit schizophrenic dad?" The answer is no, of course. I just want to explore a different side of the photographic art. I think every artist, if I may call myself that, has a side that is just beneath the surface of their usual work that they find appealing. Without question, I love the color and sharpness of photography. It marks my best work, IMHO. Still, I appreciate different images, images that are mysterious, strange and a bit eerie. I see these when I take my more popular and commercial work, but I rarely post them. Now, with the page I will post on a regular basis, some in color, some in black and white.
If you get the chance and have the inclination, please stop by my page at: https://m.facebook.com/unusualaperture and let me know what you think.
I don't have a separate website yet, though I have the domain names. Whether this expands depends on the reaction I get to it and the press of other photographic business. In other words, stay tuned!
Keywords: A crack in the river, Bally's, Atlantic City, Facebook, Ghostly gull, Unusual Aperture, black and white, color, manipulated, the photographic art, website
No comments posted.
Recent PostsSailfest 2017 and Frank Parisi Photography An opportunity to see what I have been up to.... Create vs. Capture Thank you for "Seeing Double" Invitation to "Seeing Double" now at Ocean County College! Birdland Seeing Double! An Update on "VISIONS: The Art of the Toms River Artists Community (TRAC)" VISIONS: The Art of the Toms River Artists Community (TRAC) at OCAG March is here--Can Spring be far behind?